Crystal Palace could take a big step towards escaping the relegation zone with a win over Bournemouth. Opta rates their chances.
"Eddie Howe has won one of his last seven managerial league encounters with Palace (D3 L3)."
The draw is 3.55.
Crystal Palace are yet to beat Bournemouth at Selhurst Park in the Premier League (D1 L1), with their last home league win against them coming in April 1988. Bournemouth are 4.1 to win.
Eddie Howe has won one of his last seven managerial league encounters with Palace (D3 L3). The draw is 3.55.
The Eagles are the first side to play out two consecutive goalless draws in the Premier League this season; the last side to string together three 0-0s in the competition were West Ham in December 2015. The 0-0 draw is 10.519/2.
The Cherries have netted just two goals on their last eight Premier League visits to London (D1 L7) and failed to score in their last four capital clashes (L4). Under 2.5 goals is 1.84/5.
Roy Hodgson's side have attempted the highest proportion of shots from set-piece situations this season in the Premier League (39% - 71/183). Over 2.5 goals is 2.1411/10.
Since Bournemouth's first Premier League season in 2015/16, a league-high 61% of their players to score in the competition have been English (11/18 excl. own-goals). Both teams to score is 1.8810/11.
Crystal Palace have scored in each of their last four league games at Selhurst Park (2 in each); they've only ever scored in five consecutive home Premier League games twice before (Sept 1992 and Dec 1992). Palace are 1.251/4 to score again.
Scott Dann has scored in each of his last three Premier League games against Bournemouth (three goals) - no central defender in Premier League history has ever scored in four consecutive matches against an opponent. Dann is 11.010/1 to find the net.